Latest News Round-Up: Arrows Loss A Beginning Of The End For Zwane?

Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, might be nearing the end of his days in Naturena

Following yesterday’s disappointing 2-3 loss to Golden Arrows, a section of Amakhosi supporters expressed how gatvol they are with Arthur Zwane.

While others were booing their beloved club off the field, others were chanting’Arthur must go!’

On the stands, Bobby and Kaizer Jr were caught by television cameras looking rather unamused by the proceedings on the field of play.

And one wonders how long it will take before they crack under the pressure of the Amakhosi faithful.

On the other hand, Amakhosi coach, Arthur Zwane, was an epitome of calmness during his post match interview, saying fans have every right to be angry.

“Look, it’s within their rights,” he said after the match.

“I mean they are disappointed they believe we should have won this game.

“I also believe we should have wrapped it up first half. We let ourselves down and I understand their frustration. We had a number of chances.

“Today is one game for me we should have scored at least six from the first half and you look at the second half, we ended up conceding three goals unnecessarily. But it is one of those things where you have a bad day at the office.”

Cape Town City adds to Swallows FC’s relegation woes.

Cape Town City moved into the top eight after shooting down the Birds by two goals to nil yesterday afternoon.

Goals from Goedeman 8′, and Fielies 56′, were enough to give Eric Tinkler’s men a much needed moral boosting win.

The game was not without its fair share of drama, with three players being shown red cards in Allan 60′, Sam 90+3′, and Mkhize 90+3′.

The loss meant Swallows remain 14th on the log.

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Another victory for Marumo Gallants in the CAFCC.

Marumo Gallants continued with their gallant run in the CAFCC with a 2-1 win over St Eloi Lupopo.

Goals from Mvelase 21′ and the free scoring Chivaviro 42′ saw the Bahlabane Ba Ntwa making in two wins in a row in their African adventure.

Gallants coach, Dylan Kerr, is clearly impressed with his side’s exploits.

“Let’s keep the momentum and keep our enthusiasm.” he wrote on his Twitter.

Banyana Banyana captain, Refiloe Jane, on the importance of the Turkish Women’s Cup:

“It is very important to have these games that we are going to play now; as I said, they are going to be a good preparation for us going forward,” said Jane.

“We don’t want to spend more time apart as a team. The more time we have together, the easier it is to prepare.

“With the local-based players and overseas-based players, it is difficult to come together when there is no FIFA break.

And looking at the calendar of international matches that we need to play, we don’t have enough time to prepare for that.

“So with the little we get, we need to maximise it and make sure that by the time we get to the big stage.”

“At least we have worked on a lot of things, despite the fact that we need to work as individuals back at home with our clubs.

“Also, we still need to put a lot of afford so that when we come here, the coaches just need to focus on the tactical part of the sessions.

“The minimum things that we can do, we just need to do them at our own full time,” she concluded.

Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, might be nearing the end of his days in Naturena
Kaizer Chiefs coach, Arthur Zwane, might be nearing the end of his days in Naturena